Wednesday, September 16, 2015

Cornell's Planning Students for Diversity holds September #RealTalk

Cornell's Planning Students for Diversity organized #realtalk to discuss how social justice impacts planning while getting to know their fellow classmates on September 9th.


Planning Students for Diversity (PSD) is an organization affiliated with The City and Regional Planning Department that focuses on diversity and equity in the classroom, field of planning, and professionally. Their main programming is #RealTalk events where they talk about social justice as it relates to the planning profession, course curriculum, and student experiences. PSD encourages people of all races, ethnicities, genders, ability statuses, socioeconomic backgrounds, nationalities, sexual orientation, religions, and social identities to join.
PSD''s Executive Board Members (From L to R) - Anni Zhu (former), Taru Ruchi (former), Beth Kancilia, Alia Fierro, Jubek Yongo-Bure, Dan Schulman (former), not pictured: Missy Strelec
(Photos and content provided by Jubek Yongo-Bure)